One American surgery patient dies daily from anesthesia over-medication, a routine practice without benefit of a brain monitor.
Brain monitors are found in 75% of US hospitals but only used 25% of the time.
40% of post-surgery patients leave the hospital in a brain fog, formerly called post operative cognitive disorder (POCD), that can last up to a year after surgery.
Because brain monitoring is not yet a standard of care, an unknown number of post-surgery patients are condemned to the living death of dementia after anesthesia.
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